We are looking for someone who is passionate about helping their colleagues adjust to significant change and isn't afraid to get into the detail of what that means on the front line of service delivery.
You will have substantial experience of embracing and leading organisational change with employees and / or volunteers who are working in customer facing services to implement new ways of working. With the skills and experience to engage others you will deliver against planned goals, objectives and milestones at pace and scale.
You will be adept at data and process analysis, using your skills to identify recommendations and presenting the evidence to back them up. Because of this the role demands excellent communication skills alongside the ability to quickly build working relationships across different teams and functions. You will be confident with written and oral communication and will possess a high degree of competence with IT applications, including all of the main applications in the MS Office suite. With your ability to actively listen you will be able to understand the perspectives of your colleagues, empathise with them and break down complex messages in a clear and straightforward manner to ensure they are understood.
As the role requires you to work across the entirety of the Society's operations directorate you will need experience of managing a range of work streams, preferably across large geographic area...
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As the role requires you to work across the entirety of the Society's operations directorate you will need experience of managing a range of work streams, preferably across large geographic areas and working collaboratively across departments/directorates. You must be willing to travel independently on behalf of the Society, including overnight stays as required and work outside of office hours on occasion including weekends.
Due to the fluid nature of many aspects of the work you will need to demonstrate flexibility, adaptability and resilience along with a degree of comfort in operating in a changing environment.
Most importantly you will always champion the diverse needs of people affected by dementia and act as an ambassador for people affected by dementia at all times.
Our employees work hard every day to make a true difference in people's lives. We are proud to support them with a range of benefits, recognition and many options for working agilely, all contributing to a strong work life balance. We also have various learning programmes to support you in your development and help you grow to realise your potential and shape a career with Alzheimer's Society.
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